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Sep 30, 2012 7:00pm PDT
in afghanistan is... is a lot better and the people are waiting for improved governance. >> logan: do you agree with him? >> karzai: i... no, i don't agree with that. >> logan: you tell him that? >> karzai: yes. >> logan: what does he say? >> karzai: the security has improved, but not... not completely. >> logan: he doesn't agree with that. he says that's wrong. and he's told you he's not satisfied with the answers he's getting from you. what do you say to that? >> allen: well, i think we have a difference of opinion on that. the security situation isn't perfect around the country. i mean, there are lots of areas that remain... "insecure" probably is the word. but an awful lot of the population of this country is living in an area where there is vastly improved security from where it was just a few years ago. >> logan: they did agree on a few things. right now, there's no peace process at all with the taliban, and pakistan is the problem. enemy fighters from the afghan battlefield have enjoyed freedom and sanctuary on pakistani soil since the beginning of the war. ultimately, it's not
Oct 3, 2012 12:00am EDT
is now conducted in secret with no public scrutiny or government oversight. over time, the big wall street banks were allowed to buy and sell as many oil contracts as they wanted for their clients, circumventing regulations intended to limit speculation. and in 2000, congress effectively deregulated the futures market, granting exemptions for complicated derivative investments called oil swaps as well as electronic trading on private exchanges. who was responsible for deregulating the oil future market? >> you'd have to say enron. this was something they desperately wanted and they got. >> michael greenberger, who wanted more regulation while he was at the commodity futures trading commission, not less, says it all happened when enron was the seventh largest corporation in the united states. >> this was when enron was riding high, and what enron wanted, enron got. >> why did they want a deregulated market in oil futures? >> because they wanted to establish their own little energy futures exchange through computerized trading. >> she's gonna pay me a penny and a half. >> they knew th
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